Free Press Journal
  • Modi wishes Naidu, assures support

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday extended his best wishes to N. Chandrababu Naidu as he will take oath as the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh and assured him of “all possible help”.

  • First time Prez, Speaker to share convocation dais

    President, Lok Sabha Speaker, Governor and Chief Minister to attend the DAVV’s convocation ceremony. The varsity couldn’t have asked for more, ready to embrace the moment 

  • Kamal Nath

    We would have lost even without Modi: Kamal Nath

    New Delhi :  Senior Congress leader and nine-term MP Kamalnath, among the few leaders to retain their Lok Sabha seats has observed that the party would have been defeated in the May elections even if the BJP had not projected Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate.

  • HEAT-WAVE: Schools to be closed till June 15

    Indore: In view of heatwave in the district, schools will remain closed till June 15. The prohibitory orders issued under Section 144 by ADM Alok Kumar Singh will be effective on all private and government schools of Class 1 to XII.  During the period, no school would conduct classes or any teaching work. The violators may face action under Section 188 of IPC. In case of violation of orderm the action will

  • ‘On Cong ticket, even Modi would have lost’

    New Delhi: In remarks that could spell controversy for Congress, AICC secretary Sanjay Nirupam on Saturday said that “even Narendra Modi would have badly lost in the Lok Sabha elections had he contested on a Congress ticket”.

  • 18 live bombs found in Ranchi

    New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday recovered 18 live bombs in Ranchi at the instance of a person detained in connection with the multiple blasts at an election rally in Patna which was addressed by Narendra Modi last year. The arrest of four people on May 20 had unravelled a conspiracy by the ‘Ranchi module’ to target Narendra Modi in October last year when he was addressing a political

  • Javdekar files RS nomination

    Bhopal: Union Minister Prakash Javdekar on Saturday filed his nomination papers for the Rajya Sabha from Madhya Pradesh, which goes to polls on June 19. The Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting and Environment and Forests (Independent Charge), Javadekar filed papers from Mandla constituency, which fell vacant after Phaggan Singh Kulaste, a former Rajya Sabha member, was elected to Lok Sabha from the seat.

  • Prez to attend School Chalen Hum programme in city

    Indore: The one more programme was added in the itinerary President Pranab Mukharjee, who is coming on June 28 to attend the convocation of DAVV. He will attend ‘school chale hum’ organized at Brilliant Convention Centre. The administration is giving final touches to his visit. A reviewing meeting for the prepration of Prez Mukharjee visit was organized on Saturday at the collector office chaired by Collector Akash Tripathi. DIG Rakesh Gupta, ADM

  • 3 City students bag top state list

    Indore: The week-long wait of medical aspirants finally got over when the Central Board of Secondary Education announced the result for All India Pre-Medical & Pre-Dental Test 2014, on Saturday afternoon. Rakshit Agarwal, a fresher, with a score of 627 is the state topper of AIPMT and talking about his success mantra he said, “The right guidance of my faculties from Brain Masters made me achieve this rank. All these four years,

  • 20-20-20 formula to keep your eyes healthy: Experts

    Indore: “If you are tired of focusing your eyes on computers for long then there is no better formula than 20-20-20 to relax your eyes after continuous stress,” the experts said.While addressing the inaugural day of ‘Ophthalmology Tomorrow’, the annual conference of Ohthalmological Society of India, renowned ophthalmologists of the country said: “Focus your eyes after each 20 minutes for 20 seconds at 20 feet distance and you will rid of eye

  • Youth killed over old rivalry

    Mhow : Under the internal rivalry, a man attacked on his own relative youth with sharpedged weapons like swords and killed him on Friday night. In regard this, Mhow police have arrested one accused. According to Mhow police, Rohit (26), son of Kanhaiyalal Chauhan, resident of Chhoti  Teli Mohalla, Mhow was killed over old rivalry. Police informed that Rohit was indulged in old disputes with Prahlad Dabhare, Kanha, Anil and Sunil. On

  • Angry farmers stage protest against Cooperative society

    Betma: At the local Seva Sahakari Sanstha premises situated at the nearby Gram Atavda, the members alleged society’s office bearers of showing irregularities in the distribution of the compensation money given due to the hailstorm, and expressed their disapproval. The local farmers alleged the society of giving less money than the approved compensation, making them sign blank withdrawals, deducting an amount of Rs 1000 as a charge for opening a new account

  • Shobha Yatra taken out to mark Mahesh Jayanti

    Mhow: The Mhow Maheshwari Samaj organised various programmes to celebrate Mahesh Jayanti here on Saturday. In the evening a grand ‘abhishek’ of Lord Mahesh was performed. After that a fabulous ‘Shobha Yatra’ commenced from Gopal Mandir premises. A large numbers of Maheshwari community members took part in the ‘Shobha Yatra’. The community members were singing ‘bhajans’ and ‘aarties’ of Lord Mahesh during the ‘Shobha Yatra’. The procession concluded at Maheshwari School’s premises.

  • Administration frees govt land from encroachment

    Mhow : Local administration freed a government land from encroachment in nearby village Nawada near here on Saturday. Tehsildar Tapish Pandey informed that a local villager had illegally occupied about 10,000 square feet government land of Gram Panchayat Nawada. The encroached land is proposed for government housing projects. As the local administration got the information of encroachment, the anti-encroachment team of officials reached at the spot and freed entire encroached government land

  • Hawala racket busted

    3 held with  Rs 21 lakh cash, 37 ATM cards